What We're Reading - May 6

Posted by Lisa King under Social Media

Tornado damage

For a visual view of the damage wrought by the tornados last month, Google Earth has updated their imagery and offers before and after looks

Limits of privacy

When you rent a computer, do you expect it to take pictures of you using it? That's what happened to one couple who rented a computer from Aaron's according to a lawsuit.

More disease tracking online

First the CDC teams up with Google to track flu symptom searches, now Kazemill uses Twitter to track and map symptoms that twitter users are complaining about

Need a ride? There's an app for that

In San Francisco and New York, now you can book a car service with Uber (in addition to existing apps like Taxi Magic and mass transit options).

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